An E-mail possibly from Constant Contact? Is this real or phishing?


An E-mail possibly from Constant Contact? Is this real or phishing?

Log in Constant Contact , We wanted to let you know about a change that was recently made to the Facebook JMML Plugin that impacts the way you collect subscriber sign-ups. Facebook no longer allows you to capture customer contact information using this plugin, so we encourage you to uninstall it from your Facebook account. To do this, please follow the steps below: 1. Log in to your Facebook Business page as an administrator 2. Once logged in, paste the following text to end of the URL and press enter: /settings/?tab=apps 3. Under 'Added Apps' click the "x" on Join My List For more detailed instructions and screenshots, click here. To continue capturing customer contact information and growing your subscriber base, try a Lead Generation Landing Page. These pages are perfect for capturing new sign-ups through your social media profiles. You can even create multiple landing pages with customized messaging for each social profile to better segment your contacts. To learn more about Lead Generation Landing Pages, including how to create one, check out this helpful article. Thank you for being a loyal customer. We're working hard to provide you with the best experience for your online marketing. The Constant Contact Team © 2021 Constant Contact, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 1601 Trapelo Rd, Waltham, MA 02451, United States You are receiving this email because you have a Constant Contact account. This email was sent to  by Constant Contact Cancellation Policy | Privacy Notice | Terms


Hello @LaurieW94 ,


Yes that was a real email that was sent out. It was a final reminder to customers that might have still had the JMML plugin active on their account, to let them know that since Flash is no longer supported on the web, that the JMML has ceased function.

William D
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